Ashcroft players Monika Paulos and Cole McKay (left) face off against Lillooet.

Pee Wees on the road

Ashcroft Pee Wees holding their own as they travel around the region.

The Ashcroft Aces Pee Wee Hockey team have been busy travelling to hockey games over the last three weekends.

On Oct. 24 they played the Lillooet girls. The following day they played the Merritt Pee Wee team in a home game, and on Oct. 31 they were back in Lillooet for a rematch against the Lillooet Girls.

Although they have yet to nail down a win this season in four games, they are doing well.

Goalie Pierce Brown is doing an excellent job keeping out shots on goal, and the whole team is doing well.

Monika Paulos is the lead scorer so far, with Cole McKay following behind in second spot.

The Aces have upcoming games on Sunday,  Nov. 7 in Clearwater, and Saturday, Nov. 14 in 100 Mile House.

Their next home game is Nov. 21 when they face off against Clearwater – twice! The first game starts at 10 am, the second at 12:30 pm.

Katie McCullough

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